For people who have been brickfilming awhile, this is obvious (and unheard of):
Nobody wants to see your bed in the background. If its an outdoor scene, create some sort of background. Paper, bricks, tilted up base plates, even computer generated backgrounds make all the difference.
By having background, it takes the…[Read more]
Okay, if “Decent enough” had a literal level, what would it be?
8 fps, 10 fps, 15pfs?
Voices acted all voices yourself, or getting other real voices?
Or just having text for voices?
And please, no snob replies. This is MEANT to help people
I will also be soon making a movie (using stop-motion) which a fair amount takes place at night. It will filmed inside, with only artificial light. Any tips how I can reduce shadows made on the scene in this scenario? (I have very limited post-production capabilities right now) I’m limited to 1/2 lamps and several overhead lights.